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Inmates record triple murder suspect and release video
A high level investigation has been launched by the police after the release of a video purportedly showing inmates questioning triple murder suspect Paul Coote in a lock-up.
Questions are being asked how inmates purportedly bypassed security systems at a police station to record and release video footage of Coote, the 61-year-old farmer who was charged for the chopping de@th of his 39-year-old pregnant common-law wife and their two children.
In the nearly four-minute-long video recording, a male’s voice is heard asking the suspect numerous questions, including what triggered his actions in attacking members of his family, and whether his spouse had been cheating on him.
The suspect, who appeared to be in a daze, is heard saying he was not sure of the reason for the attack.
“When mi come to mi senses mi just see a machete inna mi hand,” said the frightened looking man in response to one of the questions.
The development comes approximately 24 hours after cases where highlighted in which some of the island’s most seasoned criminals have been able to breach security measures at the island’s correctional facilities, including the use of cellular phones to issue death threats to members of the security forces.
Just a day before the matter came to light, it was highlighted that at least two policemen had shared their experiences in which seasoned killers have used cell phone from behind bars to call their contact numbers and issue death threats against them.
It was also outlined that cell phones were even being used to video and photograph witnesses in cases, with footage and photos being released so that other members of the criminal networks could identify who the targeted individuals were.
Police also said with the same communication devices, criminals, some of them known killers, were able to track down police officials and issue threats against them, including on their home telephone lines. The threats were reportedly issued because of the cops’ involvement in cases that led to the respective criminals behind locked away on long sentences.